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Isaac Mouser
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Birth: Apr. 6, 1820
Montgomery County
Missouri, USA
Death: Apr. 8, 1907

Isaac Mouser Sr. was born in Montgomery Co. Missouri on April 6th 1820 to George Mouser Jr. ( b. 1799 NC d.ca 1863 Arkansas) and Pheobe Best Mouser b.1802 KY. d.1863 Ozan Tnshp Ark.) When he was 6 years old he moved with his parents to Rocky Mound Ark.On Nov 6th he married Elizabeth Ann Brummell, she was born in Virginia on Feb. 1 1828 and moved to Hope Arkansas on March 18th 1835. She was a descendant of Welsh Royalty. Isaac & Elizabeth owned 280 acres in Heampstead Co. Arkansas. They had a gin, a grist mill and a cannery. He helped establish a Methodist Church at Rocky Mound, of which he was a Laymember, also he helped start a district school that taught to the 12th grade. He was a school board member, a steward in the church and also started a Masonic Lodge. They raised wheat, corn, cotton and cattle on their farm. At the start of the war Isaac freed all his slaves. When the battle of Pea Ridge was lost, the state capital was moved to Washington Ark. Heampstead Co. and the north half of the state was captured. Isaac's parents George & Phoebe died about this time. Isaac answered the call to the Confederate Army on Aug. 20th 1863, after George & Phoebe had died the war was half way over. He was stationed at Fort Hiemburg near Shreveport, La. He was once given a leave to go home to his family which was without food or crops, so he shot game for them and worked the fields. It is said he did not have work clothes he wore his wifes bonnet and dress while working in the fields. When the crops were planted he returned to the war. The end of the war found all of the Mouser Families destitue. Both of Isaac'a parents were dead and his brother Davis had his leg blown off. Isaac sold his farm and bought the Mouser homestead from all his brothers and sisters, where he farmed it until his health started failing. He sold it in 1906 just before moving to Texas where he died in 1907.
Isaac ans Elizabeth had twelve children.
Sarah Ann ( Sally) Mouser 1/23/1847 -1/31/1922
Elizabeth Catherine ( Betty)Mouser 9/25/1848-11/18/1926
Margaret Ann (Mary) Mouser 7/10/1850-10/12/1936
Pheobe Emmaline Mouser 1852-1909
Isaac (Bud) Mouser Jr. 12/191853 6/19/1876
Robert H. Mouser 1/11/1856 8/15/1936
Martha Jane Mouser ca. 1857 (died young)
Virginia F. Louise (Jenny) Mouser 10/20/1858 12/19/1946
William Martin (Willie) Mouser 2/2/1861- 7/19/1906
Mouser Infant died at birth 1862
Eliza Isabell Mouser 5/16/1864-7/21/1948
James Rufus Mouser 8/1/1866-1/14/1944 
 
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 Parents:
  George Mouser (1799 - 1870)
  Phoebe Best Mouser (1802 - 1871)
 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Ann Brummel Mouser (1828 - 1886)
 
 Children:
  William Martin Mouser (1861 - 1906)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Rocky Mound Cemetery
Fouke
Miller County
Arkansas, USA
 
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Record added: Feb 01, 2013
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